Adjust fan offset curve for Clevo P650RE notebooks (other notebooks to be added) ECFan on Github Some of you may remember this post I made a while back showing how to manually change the fan speed offset on the P650RE. I finally got round to building a user interface for it, and while it's still rough at this point, it should serve its purpose. Currently the default fan curve maxes out at 3600RPM, which is far below the actual fan max of ~4800RPM, and the laptop thermal throttles at 79C (in Discrete mode). Even with a modest 25% offset, the fan can reach 4500RPM which is fast enough to never reach the throttle point. You will need RWEverything for this to work, so go ahead and download that first. Make sure you understand the potential risks with modifying the EC like this, so I'd recommend reading the post linked above first just to be safe. You'll also need .NET Framework 4.6.2 (comes with Windows 10, but can be downloaded for older OSes) If you open the program and it looks like the above, then most likely everything matches up correctly and you can adjust it safely. However I'd still recommend reading this thread to see how you can manually check that the correct region is being updated first. Even though the laptop has 2 GPU fans only one will show up since they're supposed to operate synchronously. These are the features that I'd like to add: Saving and loading of custom profiles Detection of running games to activate a fan offset while gaming, then reset it afterwards to return to quiet speeds. Optionally add to Start Menu Potentially support more laptops - however I'll need people who are willing to do some (safe) testing on their laptops so I can get the numbers I need to add them to the program. Let me know if you want to help and I can step you through what's needed if you feel adventurous you can just edit the P650RE values in the settings.xml file yourself. The most important one is the Fan Offset location (0xE7 by default) which is the only point that gets written to, while the others are for calculations and readings.